Hilton Head Rotary District 7770


WELCOME to the Hilton Head Island Rotary Club.

We are a club of 150+ members located on beautiful Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Chartered in 1967, the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island is the area's largest and oldest civic and service organization. The Club's members represent leaders in the business, professional, nonprofit, educational, governmental and retirement communities who share a common commitment to community service.
Thank you for visiting our website, we'd love to have you visit in person. Our meetings are held Thursdays at 12:30pm at the Sea Pines Country Club.

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Hilton Head Island Rotary Projetcs

Club Projects: Impressive History Of Community Service
Contributions to the community total more than $1.7 million.


Hilton Head Rotary Keeps Leadership in the Family
Date:  July 10, 2015

Hilton Head Island, SC . . . At yesterday's meeting of the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island, outgoing 2014-15 President Andrea Bhatt Siebold passed the gavel to her husband Bruce Siebold who will provide club leadership for 2015-16.  This represented the first time in the club's nearly 50-year history (and rarely in Rotary worldwide) that leadership has passed directly from one spouse to another.  Both had served earlier as presidents of their former clubs in Toledo, Ohio, and Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Also inducted to club leadership were:

  • President Elect:  Don Brashears
  • Vice President:  Karen Cully
  • Secretary:  Larry Sanders
  • Treasurer:  Mark June
  • Sergeant at Arms:  Rick Riebesell
  • Past President:  Andrea Siebold
  • Directors:  Mark O'Neil, Dean Roberts, Nancy Williams, Lindsay Bunting, Brian Little, Bill Grand, Robert Eberley III, Kay Roshnow, and Scott Hamlin
  • Executive Secretary:  Linda Neff

Rotary in Motion

Major Project Initiative

The major project selected for the 2013-14 Rotary year is to build a home for a deserving family in The Glen with Habitat For Humanity

Our Rotary in Motion campaign, which occurred in July and August, 2013 was very successful and raised in excess of $63,000.  The objectives of that campaign were to:
· offer members an opportunity to make a “one-time” donation for the year to cover numerous events and fund raising activities throughout the year in return for listed benefits, and
· “kick-start” our major fund raising campaign  for our Habitat for Humanity home.

If you participated in Rotary in Motion, some portion of your donation will go toward our Habitat commitment as well as to our other Rotary Charities.  If you did not participate, then you should consider making a donation for this Rotary year specifically toward our Habitat project.  You may make a tax deductible donation in any amount by making your check out to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry—Rotary Charitable Programs Fund, and specify Habitat project on the memo line.  You may also make a donation of $1000 or more through the Champions Fore Charity program of the Heritage Classic Foundation, which will be increased by 20% with their match.  We still need funds to reach our Habitat goal, so we hope you’ll choose to participate in some way.        Learn more

Upcoming Events!

Building Habitat House
Tuesday-Friday every week
End of the Year Party
June 28
Rotary After Hours:  Loni Lueke, is hosting the last Rotary After Hours of our year, June 30th.  Join her and your fellow Rotarians from 5:30-7pm at the Winslow Design Studio at 34 New Orleans Road for food, drinks, fellowship, and valuable networking.  These are always fun and worthwhile events, and learning about the business of one of our newest members will be mutually beneficial.  Please e-mail to lonilueke@me.com or call Loni at 505-1193 to RSVP so she can plan for refreshments. 
June 30
Firecracker Run:  The very first fundraiser of our new Rotary year is one of our easiest—and we need your help.  The annual Firecracker Run is July 4th.  We need many volunteers from 7:15—8:30AM—that’s all!  You’ll be home before the rest of the family is even out of bed!  Meet in front of NY Pizza in the new Shelter Cove Towne Center, by the Park, for your assignment.  No financial investment and you don’t even have to run — only 1-1/4 hours of your time.  If we can get enough volunteers, we will be the only charitable beneficiary from the event.  See or contact Mike Jukofsky to sign up and start our fundraising off with a BANG. 
July 4
Rotary After Hours, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina -   And to start off the new Rotary year, Kathi Bateson will host a Rotary After Hours at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina on July 13 from 5:30 to 7pm.  Ever wonder what it looks like “back stage”?  Or from the stage looking out into the audience?  Or how they make such magic with the scenery and costumes?  The venue will offer us the unique opportunity to experience the theater from the actors’ point of view.   We’ll have light appetizers and liquid refreshment along with great fellowship and conversation.  Please RSVP to Linda at hhrotary@sc.twcbc.com or by phone at 686-4100 so we can plan accordingly for refreshments. 
July 13

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